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The Grascals play WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour

Thursday, October 23, 2008 – The Grascals are scheduled to be in Lexington, Ky. this coming Monday night Oct. 27 to perform during folksinger Michael Jonathon's WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour at the Kentucky Theater. The band will be playing four songs from their most recent release "Keep On Walkin'," which came out this past July.

WoodSongs is the world's first multi-camera, weekly series broadcast on the Internet. Online viewers worldwide can watch the behind-the-scenes production heard on over 491 radio stations each week.

The performance will be available again via the WoodSongs website. Click on radio stations, and check out a listing of radio stations around the country that will air the performance again.

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The Grascals 2005 debut was surprisingly powerful, and Me and John and Paul continues to be their most singularly heartfelt recording. Which isn't to suggest that the sextet has failed to meet commercial and artistic standards with subsequent recordings. The Grascals have delivered high-quality songs and albums, at times appealingly frivolous, as on the joyously lighthearted e.p., "Dance Til Your Stocking are Hot and Ravelin'." As ably as few other bluegrass bands, The »»»